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The New Adventures[ edit ] Main article: The New Adventures In andanimation producer Ralph Bakshi who began his career at Terrytoons in the late s and worked on the last Mighty Mouse shorts filmed by that company created a new series of Mighty Mouse cartoons entitled Mighty Mouse: Though a children's cartoon, its heavy satirical tone, risque humor, and adult jokes made the Bakshi Mighty Mouse series a collector's item for collectors of older television series.
The best-remembered episode of this series featured a crossover with Mighty Mouse and another Bakshi creation, the Mighty Heroes. In this episode, the Mighty Heroes were middle-aged men except for Diaper Man, who was in his twenties and were all lawyers.
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Later years[ edit ] Marvel Comics produced a issue comic book series set in the New Adventures continuity in and Nothing new has been produced using the Mighty Mouse character except for an arcade game by Atari and a "The power of cheese" television commercial.
The commercial was hastily withdrawn in the wake of the September 11, attacks. The first official release of Mighty Mouse material has been announced and what is now CBS Television Distribution has television syndication rights the shorts are currently out of circulation. Failed feature film adaptation[ edit ] As early asParamount PicturesOmation Animation Studios and Nickelodeon Movies announced their intention to bring Mighty Mouse back to the motion picture screen with a CGI Mighty Mouse feature film that was tentatively scheduled to be released some time in Criticism[ edit ] Stills from the Mighty Mouse: Mighty Mouse receives the remains of the flower, which falls apart in his hand.
Mighty Mouse thinks fondly of the girl, and brings out what's left of the flower. Mighty Mouse smells the flower, inhaling it in the process. The New Adventures was the subject of media controversy when one scene was interpreted as a depiction of cocaine use. In the episode "The Littlest Tramp" a poor mouse girl attempts to sell flowers, and is repeatedly harassed by a rich man who crushes her flowers.
After successfully saving several different characters, he is reminded of the girl, and attempts to smell the flowers she gave him now a pink powderinhaling them in the process.
He then finds the man that has been harassing the girl, and spanks him. The girl is sympathetic to the man, and he is so moved that the two are married. A family in Kentucky saw the episode and reportedly interpreted the scene as Mighty Mouse snorting cocaine.
The group demanded Bakshi be removed from production of the series. I'm not going to get into who sniffs what. Donald Wildmon claimed that the editing was a "de facto admission" of cocaine use, though Bakshi maintained that the episode was "totally innocent".
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This is the same thing. Attorney at Law and Robot Chicken. Wendy and Marvin, originally characters created specifically for the Super Friends, recently made their canon comic book debut in the pages of Teen Titans, Vol. They were inspired by the Scooby Doo gang. Late actor Ted Knightmore popularly known for his roles in the movie Caddyshack and the television sitcom Too Close for Comfort provided the voice of the Narrator on the version of the SuperFriends. His signature line was, "Meanwhile, at the Hall of Justice!
Adam West provided the voice for Batman in SuperFriends: Casey Kasem provided the voice for Robin, along with many others in the show. Up untilRobin was the only original Super Friend who was never a member of any incarnation of the Justice League of America excluding characters created expressly for the show.
Taking into account the entire Super Friends roster, Cyborg Victor Stone is the only comic-based character featured on the Super Friends who was never a member of the Justice League.
In the third chapter of the Secret Origins pilot movie of the Justice League animated series, the Flash issues a nod to older fans by referring to the newly formed Justice League as a "bunch of Super Friends". Despite the fact that the series focused on high-flying heroes and evil, diabolical menaces, there has never been an overt scene of direct physical violence. The character of Samurai made one canonical appearance in DC Comics.
It can be argued that the Super Powers series of comic titles do not take place within mainstream DC continuity. It was even implied that Roy and Wade knew each other for fourteen years or so. Wade Voiced by Howard Morris: A cowardly duck who wears a rubber flotation tube, and has a bunch of phobias no matter how trivial.
As a gag, the head on his flotation tube which is identical to and smaller than Wade's head copies nearly every movement and appearance change Wade's real head does. When he gets scared which is almost all the timehe'll blabber with no one understanding what he's saying.
Though seemingly afraid of everything, Wade's greatest fear is the Weasel. Like most ducks, Wade has the ability to fly with his wings, but seldom does so due to his phobia of heights.
Despite some of his and Roy's differences and that they argue sometimes, they became closer friends later on in the seasons. An affable sheep with a positive, laid-back attitude, whose mannerisms and vernacular are similar to a California beach bum. Though not especially bright, he's almost impossible to get mad and acts as a guide for Orson when dealing with his three older brothers.
Lanolin Voiced by Julie Payne: A loud-mouthed sheep who spends most of her time arguing with her twin brother Bo. The arguments are often triggered by her being disagreeable seemingly for its own sake. Out of all the main characters in this segment, she seems to be the nicest to Orson.
Booker Voiced by Frank Welker: A small, cute, but very assertive chick who is constantly in pursuit of unnamed worms.Super Friends to Justice League Intros
His name was inspired by Orson's love of books. Sheldon Voiced by Frank Welker: Booker's twin brother, who, despite having hatched, still lives in his egg with his feet popped out of the shell so he can walk.
He seems to have "all kinds of things" in his shell, including a pinball machine and a stove. In an early episode, it was revealed that Sheldon actually did hatch but that under his shell was nothing more than another shell. Booker and Sheldon's parents are unseen in the show, but their mother is mentioned by Orson to have abandoned them.
Orson's cruel older triplet brothers unnamed until "Hogcules" who usually appear either to bully Orson or trying to steal the fruit and vegetable crops from the farm.
They seldom refer to Orson by his name, calling him "the runt". Despite being apparent triplets, they are different in size. Mort is the shortest and the ringleader although Gort is sometimes the leader instead of Mort who grunts in his dialogue, Gort is the smartest and has yellow eyes although Mort sometimes has yellow eyes instead of Gortand Wart is the tallest with buck teeth.
Neither of them were seen in the sixth season, but were mentioned in "How Now Stolen Cow? Wade's highly annoying cousin who wears a parachute when flying because he's secretly afraid of heights. He appeared on six episodes.
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His first appearance was in "Shy Fly Guy". He also had a cameo appearance in "Orson in Wonderland". Worms voiced by Howard Morris: Booker often chases them, but with no success. They were unnamed on the show, but there was a worm named "Filbert" in the comic strip. The Weasel Voiced by Gregg Berger: Unnamed, the weasel is constantly seen sneaking around trying to kidnap the chickens in a bag. Usually Roy or on rare occasions Wade or Sheldon is the one to thwart him.
He was not in the fifth season, but made a cameo appearance in "Badtime Story". The Fox Voiced by Howard Morris: An unnamed fox who has more of a goofy personality than the weasel. He tries to kidnap Sheldon, despite saying he "doesn't look ripe". The Wolf Voiced by Gregg Berger: An unnamed wolf from the fifth season who, like the weasel, tried to steal chickens. Roy's niece from the sixth season and a bookish chick. Roy likes her more than he'll admit.
She appeared in "Uncle Roy to the Rescue" and made her final two appearances in the two-part episode "Snow Wade and the 77 Dwarfs". Furrow Voiced by Frank Welker: The farm's local psychiatrist badger who's named after Edward R. Aloysius Voiced by Kevin Meaney: A pig who appears in the segment's seventh season. He works not only as a studio accountant but also as a television executive. He gives problems to Orson and his friends concerning their show such as the "unwholesomeness" of nursery rhymes in "Kiddie Korner" and budget of the animators of the cartoon in "The Discount of Monte Cristo".
He has a dart board, which he uses to plan each season of TV.